The New England Patriots running back Dion Lewis needs to accept a knee surgery after suffered a knee cruciate ligament tear in the last year November 8, which will sideline him indefinitely.
According to informed sources, Lewis has an opportunity to return to the game this year.
When Lewis attended the Patriots last spring training in June, he said: “It’s a little scary, but I get stronger every day. I feel better, but I still have a long way to go.”
Lewis has attended the training without knee pads in training in June. When the training camp started, he was placed in the physically unable to perform list.
Lewis played for the Patriots last season in seven games, including six starts. Senior running back James White has now become the team’s number one “Catching running back.”